NEW YORK Food & Water Watch, a Washington, D.C.-based environmental advocacy group, and Riverkeeper, an organization that seeks to protect New York waterways, have teamed up to press New York City restaurateurs to stop selling bottled water. The two watchdog groups on Tuesday kicked off the campaign at Gemma restaurant in Manhattan, where owner Sean MacPherson and general manager Eric Rosenfeld said they would serve tap and filtered water only.The push in New York is part of a ...

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